On Saturday April 8, students from the FHS Music Department departed for PSU to participate in the KSHSAA Regional Solo/Small Ensemble Festival-Contest. Students participated in both instrumental and vocal events. Frontenac walked away with 22 students qualifying for the KSHSAA State Solo/Small Ensemble Festival-Contest to be held at Chapman High School on April 29. Those who qualified to go to state are: Madison Short (Vocal Solo), Kiera Threlfall (Vocal Solo),… Continue Reading STATE BOUND
Our Kindergarteners at FLE learned many things and visited different community business during the month of February. On one particular visit to Saia Smile Center it just happened to coincide with National Dental Health Month and our students learned about good oral healthcare! Dr. Saia-Pile spoke with our Kindergarteners on how to better take… Continue Reading Something to Smile About
Twenty-eight seventh and eighth grade students from Frontenac Junior High had the opportunity to tour the nation’s capital over Spring Break. While in Washington, D.C., they were able to see where the nation’s laws and policies are put into action by touring the White House and the U.S. Capitol. They were also able to see the United States Supreme Court. The students saw where our nation’s history is preserved… Continue Reading FJH Students go to Washington D.C.
On Thursday, February 23, Freshmen Autumn Bryant and Freshman Kiera Threlfall headed to Wichita to attend the Kansas Music Educators Association (KMEA) yearly conference. They were attending for a specific reason, the KMEA “All-State Middle Level (7th – 9th grades) Honor Choir.” In September, students from all over the state of Kansas, including 1A – 6A schools, had recordings submitted to the state KMEA as auditions for this choir.… Continue Reading KMEA ALL-STATE MIDDLE LEVEL HONOR CHOIR
During seminar on February 28, 2017, Mr. Gudde’s seminar and RAIDER Ink sponsored an assembly line to put together survival bags for people in need. These bags contained everyday items including water, snacks, toothpaste, toothbrushes, and shirts. Nearly 5,000 items were donated by students in the Frontenac School District to help with this relief effort. “RAIDER Ink has set back $1 per item sold to help with relief efforts. … Continue Reading Raider Ink Survival Bags
The University of Kansas recently celebrated the work of students in Crawford County who are in the top 10 percent of their class. This included Frontenac High School students Kasey Dixon, Lauren Eagon, Brandon Mlekus, Maggie Murray, Bralyn Wilson, and Kieran Wilson. The students were recognized for their academic achievements and as Kansas Honor Scholars at a dinner at Memorial Auditorium. The program has been in place since 1971 and… Continue Reading KU Honors FHS Students